Can you escape the prison in Prison Escape Puzzle?

Prison escape puzzle is available on iPhone, Ipad and Android devices and it’s a nifty little puzzler that will test your mind as you solve puzzles and collect items to aid in your escape. The game is challenging however not too difficult. The visuals are striking and vibrant especially on…
Posted 08 Aug 2015 | Editorials, Indie, iOS, iPad, iPad, iphone, Reviews | 0 Comments
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Who Will Be the Next Nintendo President?

As more time passes after the passing of Iwata-san, more and more people speculate who will take over as CEO and President of Nintendo. This choice will not be an easy one for the legendary video game company with the announcements of creating mobile gaming content as well as a…
Posted 21 Jul 2015 | Editorials, industry, News, Nintendo, Rumor | 0 Comments

Alphabear (iOS) Review

Alphabear from Spryfox is an adorable, fun to play word builder.
Posted 10 Jul 2015 | Android, Apple, Editorials, iPad, iphone, Reviews | 1 Comment


At some point every gamer wonders “What does it take to develop the games we love?” 
Posted 18 Jun 2015 | E3, Editorials, Expo, Featured Articles, industry, Nintendo, Nintendo Wii | 0 Comments

Microsoft and Sony Change Tactics with Exclusivity

Watching the new gameplay trailer for Rise of the Tomb Raider, I was so excited and amazed at how the game looked, but I was still disappointed. The problem: it’s only coming to Xbox One for now.
Posted 18 Jun 2015 | E3, Editorials, industry, Microsoft, past, PS4, Sony, Xbox One | 0 Comments
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Sony E3 Press Conference Delivers on Exclusivity Promises

Sony kicked off their E3 week with an amazing press conference that addressed many questions fans had. SCEA President and CEO Shawn Layden said games drive innovation and are a hub of connection and interaction. Their E3 presentation reflected that view, introducing new and interesting games. Their presentation delivered on…
Posted 16 Jun 2015 | E3, Editorials, industry, News, PS Vita, PS4, Sony | 3 Comments

One of the greatest gaming icons of all time, Pac-Man celebrates his 35th

Bandai Namco’s little round mascot is 35 years old, and still holding his own in the world of gaming. Happy birthday Pac-Man.
Posted 22 May 2015 | Editorials, Featured Articles, News | 0 Comments
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The 10 best Star Wars video games of all time

There’ve been a ton of Star Wars games over the years, and the good outweigh the bad by a good margin, but these are my favorite of the bunch.
Posted 04 May 2015 | Editorials, Featured Articles, News | 2 Comments
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Welcome to Halloween in May on BG!

Celebrating a little horror on the halfway point to Halloween has become a tradition here at BG, and we’ve got some great reviews, features, and retro stuff planned for throughout May!
Posted 02 May 2015 | Editorials, Featured Articles, News | 0 Comments

BG reflects with some random thoughts and musings on Mortal Kombat

Your favorite (?) crew of writers and editors shot the breeze this past Mortal Kombat release week, remembering back to earlier, simpler, yet still plenty bloody times. Back when Mortal Kombat was new.
Posted 17 Apr 2015 | Editorials, Featured Articles, News | 1 Comment
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Bandai Namco Transitioning to New Business Model

Bandai Namco has made some interesting business moves recently that signal a change in strategy for the company. The most obvious is their name change; Bandai Namco Games is now Bandai Namco Entertainment. A subtle move that really at first glance might seem meaningless; however, it reveals a shift in…
Posted 01 Apr 2015 | Editorials, industry, News | 3 Comments
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BG chats about music, games, and the perfect combination of the two

Do you turn down the game audio and crank your own tunes while you play games? Apparently, more than a few of us do here at BG, which we found out while chatting this past week.
Posted 20 Mar 2015 | Editorials, Featured Articles, News | 0 Comments
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Konami’s and Kojima’s Future After Metal Gear Solid V

Unless you live under a rock, you’ve probably seen the news/rumor of a falling out between Kojima and Konami. Honestly, at this point, it is pretty much a given that by the end of the year Kojima will probably be leaving; however, as neither party has actually confirmed or denied…
Posted 20 Mar 2015 | Editorials, industry, Rumor | 2 Comments
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GDC 2015 Marks A Move Towards Inclusion and Diversity in Gaming

The week of technology and development known as the Game Developers Conference, GDC, in San Francisco has officially wrapped for 2015. With all the topics covered, it’s nearly impossible to pinpoint one thread or idea pervading the whole conference; nevertheless, changes within the industry can be seen upon closer inspection.
Posted 13 Mar 2015 | Editorials, Featured Articles, industry, News | 1 Comment

Let’s have a chat about gameplay length in Triple-A titles

With the release of The Order 1886 coming up, and the semi-furor about the length of the game kicking up this past week, the BG team had a little chat about the subject. And it’s not nearly as cut and dry as you might think.
Posted 20 Feb 2015 | Editorials, Featured Articles, industry, News, past, PC, PS4, Wii U, Xbox One | 0 Comments

Gaze into BG’s crystal ball and behold our predictions for 2015!

Video games had a big year in 2014. Gamergate, failed launches, and exciting new games made this past year one to remember, and the new year of 2015 is starting to take shape as another exciting 12 months.
Posted 12 Jan 2015 | Editorials, Featured Articles, industry, Microsoft, News, Nintendo, past, PC, Sony | 0 Comments
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